Friday, May 26, 2017

Denaby Ings Nature Reserve

It's been a lovely hot sunny day and I didn't want to miss the opportunity to get out for a couple of hours with my support worker before calling at the supermarket to do my weekly shop.

Denaby Ings is about five miles to the west of Doncaster; it's usually a good place to see plenty of wildflowers but unfortunately the meadows had just been mowed. Never mind though, there were still a few new varieties for me to photograph...and the blossom of a couple of trees which I need help in identifying.

















Hogweed





Broom






Clover







Moonpennies; also known as ox-eye daisy







Dog Rose


And finally, these are the photographs of the two trees in blossom that I can't identify.